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Origami Anywhere by Nick Robinson

Title Origami Anywhere
Author Nick Robinson
Publisher Courier Dover Publications
Release 2015-05-20
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 80
ISBN 0486791254
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

Discover how to recycle throwaways into origami art. Twenty-nine well-illustrated transformations include an autumn leaf from a lotto ticket, a flower from a tea bag wrapper, and other inventive treasures.

Reading and Vocabulary Focus 3 by Jessica Williams

Title Reading and Vocabulary Focus 3
Author Jessica Williams
Publisher Cengage Learning
Release 2020-08-13
Category Foreign Language Study
Total Pages 240
ISBN 0357737989
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

National Geographic Reading and Vocabulary Focus is an all-new, four-level reading series that provides the essential reading skills and vocabulary development for maximum academic readiness. Readings grounded in rich National Geographic content tap into learners' curiosity about the world, naturally encouraging inquiry and opportunities to synthesize information. - A comprehensive, three-part vocabulary development program builds student confidence as learners encounter new or unfamiliar words in academic texts: - Academic Vocabulary sections develop the language that students will encounter in academic readings. - Multiword Vocabulary sections identify words that are commonly grouped together and then prompt learners to work with them in different contexts for enhanced comprehension. - Topic Vocabulary is presented as a reading preview strategy to enhance learner comprehension of the text. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

K is for Kabuki by Gloria Whelan

Title K is for Kabuki
Author Gloria Whelan
Publisher Sleeping Bear Press
Release 2011-12-17
Category Juvenile Nonfiction
Total Pages 40
ISBN 1585365998
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Judo, origami, sushi - with just a few words an immediate landscape is conjured: the country of Japan. In K is for Kabuki: A Japan Alphabet, young readers are invited to travel to faraway Japan and explore its rich history, traditions, and role in today's world. Evocative artwork captures the spirit of each letter topic. O is for Origami A paper frog, a paper tree, a paper sunflower just for me, a paper fox, a paper shrew, a paper tiger just for you. From the comic relief of Kyogen theater to the meditative powers of a Zen garden, K is for Kabuki brings the past, present, and pageantry of Japan to life.To find recipes, games, interactives maps and much more for this title visit www.discovertheworldbooks.com! Gloria Whelan is the award-winning author of many children's books including Homeless Bird, for which she received the National Book Award. She lives in Michigan. A librarian by profession, Jenny Nolan has worked for The New Yorker and Rolling Stone magazines and as a researcher for investigative reporters. She lives in Michigan. Oki S. Han's book, Basho and the Fox, was a New York Times best-seller. Her books, Mr. Long Beard and My Hometown, both won the Korea Children's Book Award. In 2005 Oki was selected as Illustrator of the Year at the Bologna Children's Book Fair for My Hometown. She lives in Korea.

Hegemony and Heteronormativity by María do Mar Castro Varela

Title Hegemony and Heteronormativity
Author María do Mar Castro Varela
Publisher Routledge
Release 2016-04-22
Category Social Science
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1317122860
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

This book reflects on 'the political' in queer theory and politics by revisiting two of its key categories: hegemony and heteronormativity. It explores the specific insights offered by these categories and the ways in which they augment the analysis of power and domination from a queer perspective, whilst also examining the possibilities for political analysis and strategy-building provided by theories of hegemony and heteronormativity. Moreover, in addressing these issues the book strives to rethink the understanding of the term "queer", so as to avoid narrowing queer politics to a critique of normative heterosexuality and the rigid gender binary. By looking at the interplay between hegemony and heteronormativity, this ground-breaking volume presents new possibilities of reconceptualizing 'the political' from a queer perspective. Investigating the effects of queer politics not only on subjectivities and intimate personal relations, but also on institutions, socio-cultural processes and global politics, this book will be of interest to those working in the fields of critical theory, gender and sexuality, queer theory, postcolonial studies, and feminist political theory.

Hackney Flowers by Stephen Gill

Title Hackney Flowers
Author Stephen Gill
Publisher
Release 2007
Category Flowers in art
Total Pages 59
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

UK photographer Stephen Gill has again used his surroundings as the inspiration for this beautiful and evocative series. "Hackney Flowers" evolved from Gill's longstanding interest in Hackney, East London. For this volume, Gill collected flowers, seeds, berries and objects from Hackney, then pressed them in his studio and rephotographed them alongside his own photographs and other found ephemera, thus building up multi-layered images built from the area. Some of the base photographs were also buried in Hackney Wick, allowing the subsequent decay to imprint upon the images, stressing this collaboration with place. A parallel series also runs within this finely produced book, showing members of the Hackney public with floral details on their persons. This is a warm, poetic and visually exciting book containing images that leave an overwhelming sense of color, emotion and rhythm extracted from a single borough of London.

A Carnival of Revolution by Padraic Kenney

Title A Carnival of Revolution
Author Padraic Kenney
Publisher Princeton University Press
Release 2020-11-10
Category History
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1400843871
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is the first history of the revolutions that toppled communism in Europe to look behind the scenes at the grassroots movements that made those revolutions happen. It looks for answers not in the salons of power brokers and famed intellectuals, not in decrepit economies--but in the whirlwind of activity that stirred so crucially, unstoppably, on the street. Melding his experience in Solidarity-era Poland with the sensibility of a historian, Padraic Kenney takes us into the hearts and minds of those revolutionaries across much of Central Europe who have since faded namelessly back into everyday life. This is a riveting story of musicians, artists, and guerrilla theater collectives subverting traditions and state power; a story of youthful social movements emerging in the 1980s in Poland, East Germany, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and parts of Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union. Kenney argues that these movements were active well before glasnost. Some protested military or environmental policy. Others sought to revive national traditions or to help those at the margins of society. Many crossed forbidden borders to meet their counterparts in neighboring countries. They all conquered fear and apathy to bring people out into the streets. The result was a revolution unlike any other before: nonviolent, exuberant, even light-hearted, but also with a relentless political focus--a revolution that leapt from country to country in the exciting events of 1988 and 1989. A Carnival of Revolution resounds with the atmosphere of those turbulent years: the daring of new movements, the unpredictability of street demonstrations, and the hopes and regrets of the young participants. A vivid photo-essay complements engaging prose to fully capture the drama. Based on over two hundred interviews in twelve countries, and drawing on samizdat and other writings in six languages, this is among the most insightful and compelling accounts ever published of the historical milestone that ushered in our age.

Title Contemporary Literary Landscapes
Author Daniel Weston
Publisher Taylor & Francis
Release 2017-05-15
Category Literary Criticism
Total Pages 176
ISBN 1317160754
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Writing landscapes inevitably occurs in dialogue with a long textual and pictorial tradition, but first-hand experience also provides key stimuli to many writers’ accounts. This monograph employs a comparative lens to offer an intervention in debates between literary scholars who focus on genre and those cultural geographers who are concerned that self-perpetuating literary tropes marginalize practical engagements. Suggesting that representation and experience are not competing paradigms for landscape, Daniel Weston argues that in the hands of contemporary writers they are complementary forces building composite articulations of place. In five case studies, Weston matches a writer to a mode of apprehending place - W.G. Sebald with picturing, Ciaran Carson with mapping, Iain Sinclair with walking, Robert Macfarlane with engaging, Kathleen Jamie with noticing. Drawing out a range of sites at which representation and experience interact, Weston's argument is twofold: first, interaction between traditions of landscape writing and direct experience of landscapes are mutually influential; and second, writers increasingly deploy style, form, and descriptive aesthetics to recover the experience of place in the poetics of the text itself. As Weston shows, emergent landscape writing shuttles across generic boundaries, reflecting the fact that the landscapes traversed are built out of a combination of real and imaginary sources.

To Linger on Hot Coals by Stephanie Paige Cole

Title To Linger on Hot Coals
Author Stephanie Paige Cole
Publisher Strategic Book Publishing
Release 2014
Category Poetry
Total Pages 140
ISBN 1628575654
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Book Summary:

?The poems in to linger on hot coals are like the babies who inspired them: small but profoundly significant, and imprinting those they touch with both delicious sweetness and heartbreaking pain. They will speak to those whose grief is new as well as to those whose losses have receded in time but not in memory, as well as to counselors, medical professionals, and allies of bereaved families. A breathtakingly beautiful collection.? They Were Still Born: Personal Stories about Stillbirth ?Most of the time, we consider grief ugly, and most of the time it is. But, sometimes you find something that moves that kind of loss beyond horror to something clear and pristinely honest ? beautiful ? Stephanie Paige Cole and Catherine Bayly have collected a deeply beautiful gift of poetry in to linger on hot coals.? Melissa Miles McCarter,Joy, Interrupted: AnAnthology of Motherhood and Lossto linger on hot coals is a collection of beautiful, personal poetry by women who lay bare their experiences of loss and love, reminding me again that what is the most personal is the most universal. These works will linger in your mind, break your heart, and touch your soul.?Sean Hanish,Writer/Director/Producer ?Return To Zero

Starting from Happy by Patricia Marx

Title Starting from Happy
Author Patricia Marx
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release 2011-08-23
Category Fiction
Total Pages 234
ISBN 1439101280
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Follows the course of a darkly comic modern relationship between the seemingly perfect Wally Yez and lingerie designer Imogene Gilfeather, who meet while waiting in line for apple pie and embark on an unbalanced love affair marked by their disparate priorities. By the award-nominated author of Him Her Him Again The End of Him.

Origami Striptease by Peggy Munson

Title Origami Striptease
Author Peggy Munson
Publisher
Release 2006
Category Fiction
Total Pages 202
ISBN
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A magical realist, genderqueer love story. The speaker of the novel is a feisty journalist of tell-all erotica who seduces borderland boys--trannies, butches, and daddies--and doesn't know how quickly she will inhabit the margins she writes about. Written mostly in iambic prose, Origami Striptease takes the reader on a wild ride into lost igloos, snow globes, sinister cakewalks, and a land of paper moose.

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